Well, today is our (hopefully) last day in L.A. I've had a great time here, but I'm anxious about home. Part of me wants to flee to Hawaii so I can avoid seeing New York City in ruins, but I also want to get home to my friends, family, cat, apartment and my real life.
We made the most of today by visiting museums in the L.A. area. We first stopped by the Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum. It's tiny, but houses some beautiful work and also has a great sculpture garden. We hung out there for a while and it was very peaceful. We then went to the California Science Center to see the new Endeavor shuttle exhibit. That was cool! We got to ride in a space simulator and enjoyed a 3D IMAX movie about the Hubble Telescope.
Still, as much fun as I've had here and despite my mixed feelings about returning home to a disaster zone, I am looking forward to my next projects. My Virtual Book Tour kicked off today; head over there to get your chance to win some cool prizes. Meanwhile, my interview at YA Promo Central goes live tomorrow! And I, of course, want to get going on my next book.
So wish me luck as we attempt to fly from L.A. to Philly, and then drive to NYC. And don't forget to read and review REVENGE OF A BAND GEEK GONE BAD.